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Jul 27

SHARPENING YOUR AXE!

It is so important to understand the difference between working hardand working smart. It always amazes me how people think they are being productive simply becuse they are busy.

I was addressing a few of these issues in the a training workshop I was asked to train in earlier on this year. The video below is an overview of that training. The full training will be availible to my regular readers at a later date.

As my previous blog post states, success is not an accident but it is a result of Planning and Delivery!

Enjoy the video!

Jason can you show me how to sharpen my axe?

If you are ready to learn how to work smart instead of just working hard, then fill in your details below and I will send you out some free training to get you going.

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About Jason 

I have a passion to help people break out of the mind set that general society tries to impose on people, which is settling for a life that is just "Good".

I believe "Good" is the worst enemy of "Best" and if people would just grasp a hold of that, they would turn their lives around and really live life to the full.

If I can help enough people get what they want, I will not have to worry about what I want because the knock on effect of helping others is, your needs get met also.

I have a wife and 4 children and what I am building is to secure their futures, so as I help more people, I have the pleasure of seeing families built up and at the same time building up my own family.

A very famous book states: "A wise man leaves an inheritance to his children", so as I build for the future of my family, I guess I am gaining in wisdom.

I offer my time and my expertise to anyone who is sold out to their own success, however I waste very little time with people just give excuses, because if people are truly hungry, I should not have to convince them to eat!

The global law of Sowing and Reaping states, the more you give, is the more you will receive. So anyone wanting to build a strong business, but not willing to gave and serve others, will not be successful. This is why I love the home based home industry, because this philosophy is what propels it forward.

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